From the daily archives: Wednesday, October 25, 2017

With help from pro-corporation/anti-consumer lawmakers that include Ohio’s Republican junior senator in Washington, Vice President Mike Pence stepped in to break a tie vote Tuesday that favored Wall Street instead of consumers, who now won’t be able to sue their banks when disputes arise.

Sherrod Brown, Ohio’s senior senator, found himself on the losing end of a vote that pitted the Trump White House and big business allies in the senate against a nation full of consumers, who can now only settle disputes they have with their bank or credit card company through arbitration, wherein a third party rules on […]

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